A trade deal likely to harm environmental and labor protections may be losing momentum. But it's not dead yet.
At a time when politicians spend more time fundraising than making policy, the New Hampshire Rebellion aims to make political corruption the number-one issue in the 2016 election cycle.
Julia Trigg-Crawford claims that the state of Texas has no process to determine whether projects that seize landowners' property are really in the public benefit.
Think the "biggest shopping day of the year" has become too depraved to be funny? Let Louis C.K., Seinfeld, and South Park transform your anxiety into hilarity.
The profits of corporate giants that crash our economy and corrupt our politics deserve your outrage. But the efforts to curb them need your creative energy.
If governments fail to listen to mounting protests demanding clean energy, people's movements will put their futures in question.
After a major leak from the agreement's secret text, people are talking about the TPP. What will it mean for the secretive trade deal's future?
Local lawmakers will vote today on whether to overturn the mayor's veto of a bill to regulate the use of pesticides on the Hawaiian island.
In a council election unlike any other in the history of Whatcom County, voters sided with representatives believed to be against a proposed coal export facility.
Here are four cases in yesterday's election where people power won out over corporate interests. And one that went the other way.
In new video, the hacker collective vows to stand by those targeted by what it deems "corrupt governments."
As it turns out, they were leading a workshop on how to move billions of dollars in public and nonprofit funds to sustainable investments.
In case you were distracted by Tea Party antics this week, here's a rundown of important developments in GMOs, sustainable farming, and other food news.
So unchecked campaign spending has played a role in today’s political chaos, and the Supreme Court’s ruling in McCutcheon v. FEC could make things way, way worse. Now here’s the good news.
Marie Hogan confronted Hershey’s about using children in its supply chain because she cares about other kids, fairness—and candy. Here’s what we can learn from her.